|Abstract||There’s a “Gold rush” happening in the new frontier of open access publishing! As publishers experiment with new business models, there’s an explosion of new journal titles and publishers. In the tradition of all boomtowns, outlaws move in as well as upstanding citizens - and they often look alike. With no real marshall in town, how can librarians sort out the good guys from the bad?
This discussion will guide you through the wild landscape of open access journal publishing, the advantages and disadvantages for libraries and authors, and give tips on sizing up the good, the bad, and the ugly.
|Contributor||Perry, Anali (ASU author) / Chaney, Dan (Author) / Sump-Crethor, Nicole (Author) / Arizona State University. ASU Library|
|Subject||Open Access / Journal Publishing|
|Series||WYOMING LIBRARY ASSOCIATION/MOUNTAIN PLAINS LIBRARY ASSOCIATION JOINT CONFERENCE 2015|
|Citation||Perry, A.M; Chaney, D.; Sump-Crethor, Nicole. (2015). The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Navigating the Wild West of Open Access Publishing. Conference presentation at the 2015 Wyoming Library Association/Mountain Plains Library Association Joint Conference, Cheyenne, WY.|
|Note||Presented at the Wyoming Library Association/Mountain Plains Library Association Joint Conference, September 25, 2015, in Cheyenne, Wyoming.|
|Collaborating Institutions||ASU Library|
|Additional Formats||MODS / OAI Dublin Core / RIS|